NCHS Sophomore Sydney Schnitker broke her own school record this past week as she leaped 35’3 in the triple jump at the Freshmen/Sophomore Chester Invitational. Last season, Schnitker jumped 35’1 breaking the school record held by Haley Fark.
By Brent Huelsmann The Nashville Hornets Freshman/Sophomore boys track team traveled to Chester this past week for the Chester Freshman/Sophomore Invitational. Ten teams competed overall, with the Hornets coming in third place. Nashville finished with 72 points, tied with Pinckneyville. Freeburg won the meet. Nashville finished with just one first place finish as Jackson Aulds
By Brent Huelsmann The Hornettes freshmen and sophomore track teams were finally back on the track this past week as they finished third at the Freshmen/Sophomore Chester Relay. Freeburg finished first with 120 points, followed by DuQuoin with 113 points. The Hornettes finished with 105 points. Pinckneyville finished fourth, followed by Anna-Jonesboro, Chester, Sparta, and
Libby Ahlers was responsible for both of the Hornettes runs in their loss to Pinckneyville on April 9. Ahlers hit a two-run home run in the loss. By Brent Huelsmann After struggling to even get on the field over the first couple weeks of the season, the Hornettes played four games in the past week,
Tanner Bergmann crushed a three run home run to break the game open as the Hornets defeated Pinckneyville 9-4 on April 9. By Brent Huelsmann After having nine of their first twelve games cancelled or postponed due to weather, the weather has cleared up, allowing the Hornets to get in five games over the past
IHSA Class 2A Baseball Sub-Sectionals were released this past week. The Hornets will again play in the Sauget (GCS Park) Super-Sectional. Nashville was placed in Sub-Sectional B of the Harrisburg Sectional. The teams joining Nashville in Sub-Sectional B are: Benton, Trico, Chester, DuQuoin, Pinckneyville, Red Bud, Sparta, Waltonville (Coop), and Zeigler (Z-Royalton) (Coop). The two
By Brent Huelsmann The IHSA Class 2A Softball Sub-Sectionals were announced this past week. The Hornettes were placed in the Johnston City Super Sectional. If the Hornettes make it out of Regionals, the Hornettes will play in the Johnston City Sectional. Nashville was placed in Sub-Sectional B of the Johnston City Sectional. Joining the Hornettes
Karly Stanowski, Paige Kasten and Rachael Kell, joined by Hornettes coaches Doug Althoff, Gary Mueller, and Kevin Meyer before the game. The three NCHS seniors from the Nashville Hornettes basketball team were back on the court Friday night as they played in the 40th Annual Lions Club Classic. Rachael Kell, Karly Stanowski, and Paige Kasten
The Ashley Grade school sports teams recognized their eighth grade players in the final home game of each respective sport this season.
Kyleigh Guinzy crushed a first inning grand slam to deep center field to help the Hornettes to a 17-13 win over Carbondale on March 30. By Brent Huelsmann Even with three games cancelled due to weather, the Nashville Hornettes softball team managed to get three contests in this past week as they went 2-1 picking